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  1. Dec 2021
    1. Which of the following activities is NOT required in each module?

      badly worded question. not just the negative language, but with only 2 peer review assignments, there are two possible correct answers.

  2. Mar 2021
    1. s is that each province is represented in proportion to its population. Chapter 12 outlined how the 338 seats in the Commons are distributed among the provinces and territories, with the following results: Ontario, 121; Quebec, 78; BC, 42; Alberta, 34; Manitoba, 14; Saskatchewan, 14; Nova Scotia, 11; New Brunswick, 10; Newfoundland and Labrador, 7; PEI, 4; Northwest Territories, 1; Nunavut, 1; and Yukon, 1. These numbers will be re-evaluated after the 2021 census.

      i don't think these stay in annotatinos when I close the window. Let me test.

  3. Jan 2021
    1. This principle was considerably transformed in 1982, however, with the adoption of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms

      1982 is when Canada went from parliamentary supremacy to constitutional supremenacy.

    2. ly little work, even if this view is not entirely accurate. Both the House of Commons and Senate play key roles in the manner tha

      What youdon't see is that I can also post to "only me"

    3. Canada is a democracy, then the central component of that democracy is the House of Commons, to which Canadians elect members to represent them in making and amending laws, and making their voices heard with the government of the day. While it may not always seem to embody the ideal many may hold of such a fundamental institution, it is t


  4. Jul 2020
    1. One of the prime reasons for lack of good faculty input in online courses is the lack of drive of educational institutions to create good training programs for their faculty. The emphasis is more on developing and deploying online courses rapidly to increase enrollment, rather than create a body of well-trained faculty to boost retention. Young (2004) points out that although colleges spend top dollars for adding technological components in classrooms, far fewer resources are devoted to train professors to use these technologies.

      Compare the point in the book on Active Learning Classrooms by D. Christopher Brown et al that students report difficulty in these new physical spaces because educators don't know how to teach in them.